IJR wins Turquoise Harmony Institute Award

Posted on February 21, 2011. Filed under: News |

Today I am blogging from Johannesburg, where the IJR is hosting a Regional Consultation on “The International Criminal Court and Community-Level Reconciliation” – sitting around the table with amazing colleagues and eminent experts on transitional justice from Africa and around the world!

But to report on a recent accolade, over the weekend the IJR received an award from the Turquoise Harmony Institute, in recongnition of work in promoting reconciliation in Africa. To read more about the ceremony and the other recipients recognised by the Turquoise Harmony Institute, have a look at this article that appeared in The Sowetan this morning.

And just an aside from me, I am pretty sure that Minister Pador is pictured alongside the article, and not former parliamentary Speaker Frene Ginwala!


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